I am very disappointed by my fellow black people in the townships. It looks like they don't know who they really are, what they stand for, what they want and how to get it.
Just 30 days after the elections but we are already blockading roads and toyi-toying against poor service delivery. Poor service delivery by the same party the majority of demonstrators voted for on April 22 2009.
To me this proves what I have been preaching in interviews and meetings: that millions of black people are fools who are loyally and emotionally attached to the ANC.
We lack political education and an understanding of why we have to vote. If the majority of us can learn about these things, it will help stop this backward thinking. Not only that but it will stop us all from voting for the ANC.
In short, black people must wake up and stop worshipping the ANC as if there is no life after it.
The party that we owe our votes to is the one that can deliver and change the lives of all South Africans.
We all know that party. It has proven itself in Midvaal, Cape Town and other small municipalities, especially in Cape Town, such that the people decided to let it govern the Western Cape by taking the province away from the corrupt ANC.
Nkululeko Dlamini, Orange Farm